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Safe In God’s Hands Parental Abuse Line

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Safe in Gods Hands Support Line

My friend Brenda is doing a SAFE IN GOD’S HANDS support group. This is the second week. Tonight was very special and we felt a real closeness with each other. We helped someone whose life is in danger and gave her support to be safe. SUPPORT LINE…. 1-712-432-3900…PIN # 647-495 EVERY THURSDAY @ 9:00PM-11:00PM NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE….


Date:
Every Thursday
Time:
9:00pm – 11:00pm EST
Location:
712-432-3900 pin #647-495

DESCRIPTION

The rise of parent abuse has many parents feeling too ashamed to get the help they need. If your teen is violent, don’t minimize the problem. Face it head on.

Perhaps the biggest obstacles to overcoming parent abuse are shame and blame. If your teen is violent (hitting, threatening, intimidating, name-calling, shoving, etc.) it’s tough to even think about getting help because acknowledging or naming the problem is painful.

To make matters worse, once parents that are suffering abuse find the courage to reach out they often do not find the help they need. Instead they find blame; “this is your fault because you are a bad parent.”

It is no wonder that parent abuse – an increasingly common problem – is not often talked about or adequately addressed.

If you are suffering abuse at the hands of your son or daughter, please know this:

You are not alone again. Although the problem isn’t often talked about, it does exist and it is increasingly common. Blaming is not the answer or even a useful response to the problem.

Please join the support line this next week. Even if you are not being abused yourself, you may know someone who is being abused and you can learn how to help her.

If you have a story that you would like to share with our readers, please feel free to share it with us. Tell everyone you know about this superb support group.

I know this beautiful woman who is putting on this group help line and I know the trouble she has been through. I attest with assurance that she is genuine and knows what she is talking about. I know she can help you.

Please send me an email if you plan to attend so I can let her know how many to expect. I am signed up.

The rise of parent abuse has many parents feeling too ashamed to get the help they need. If your teen is violent, don’t minimize the problem. Face it head on.
Perhaps the biggest obstacles to overcoming parent abuse are shame and blame. If your teen is violent (hitting, threatening, intimidating, name-calling, shoving, etc.) it’s tough to even think about getting help because acknowledging or naming the problem is painful.

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